HARLEY-DAVIDSON fundraising efforts raised $87,000 for MDA at STURGIS RALLY
MILWAUKEE .- Harley-Davidsonís fundraising efforts for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) raised more than $87,000 during the 2007 Sturgis Rally in Sturgis, SD. Harley-Davidson employees, MDA organizers and event volunteers participated in various activities to raise dollars during the event August 4-11.
Harley-Davidson and MDA volunteers sold event pins and raffle tickets for a 2008 Harley-Davidson FXSTC Softail Custom motorcycle customized by Willie G Davidson with special Sturgis graphics. As an added feature the motorcycle was fully accessorized with Genuine Motor Accessoriesô installed live at the Harley-Davidson Road Tour Festival site at Rapid Cityís Rushmore Plaza Civic Center. Rachel Hauser of Omaha, Nebraska won the one of a kind motorcycle.
Harley-Davidson has been a national sponsor of the Muscular Dystrophy Association since 1980 and the family of dealers, riders, suppliers and employees has raised more than $60 million for MDA. The funds raised support life-saving research, comprehensive medical care for children and adults with neuromuscular disease and MDA summer camps.
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